Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

 - Class of 1947

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Orzuaxfms Suppwrl Thu Mxu.lupnlix,Oulv-ri Enrhntux und Furllwr Rednu' Yum Tale-5 Prwnr z-6175 k PAIRONIIL YOUR HOME INIJLSIRH5 Hayslxp Mculors and Lqulpment h , N 'WCJVICJN C lJN1P."X'NX Km.-mr Pmz:-1 Mmm Crux NKDSPIR 5 1115 Nuxlh Mmm Prwnr 2-2521 M1-zu x Clfvrhlrlu H1111 SYN'-'X 1947 IQECIQEATIUN NUMBER IYLAHIAM P XTTIE PLAT IS L IDI DORO I HY CJOILSSLINC, XIJX I R I ISINC LOIS SWANGLER S XII H I RIVIINA ROSS Qqgax S0101 M e m ber s 2 I 10 'mb Assouw PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OF ELLENSBLJRG SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ELLENSBURG WASHINGTON I-QlJI'IOR,lNfC'I IIIQI-' S I .. .C ' ' . PI IOIO QRIXPI IY I-1 'IOR I SS ,I " ' ' " ' I4LfSINI'.5S M,XN.XL1If,R S I II.E ELLYN FOY x lv XB' J .x .wx -Q' I 3 ya. - 6 W ga... w. 'H -ki 4 'Q 2 v ng, ef IYLAH AM ' 1947 Iillenshurz Senior High Sc,-lmol 4 'S XXIIIII IIN- I'c11I1'a1I II1e-111m- :JI II1I l'Y1'I' an 1I1IQ1r l't'l'I'4'flIIOIl. IIN' III-I7 X111 ll I I I J L IOOI W U Q d H1 Jll Jl 11 Uk Y N ll Uflt YN JII III ltllft JU I III K O ll Ill 1 IN I ROIJLC I ION II RSONNI I URL VXI! I I IONS INI7 : x ,xx 1 1 1 I I I ISIQ I 2 111 If p1'e'sI-11IvcI Io yr 1, fri-11rImz111IsI11Iv11IsoI I'I.IIr-11sIl1rgII1gI1 SI . Iv. II1cf sIz1I'I' I the IiIz1I11e1111, Imop- IIYI ' 1 IIISIIIIILI II F Ijo '. vm- viII Imring yu 1111 nu' QI- 1:-I'o1'rI 111 IJOIII 'I "I I CI pi' IVUIAIII UIVIIN-s1'I1I I ye-111' If I1-47. Ifor you' vnjoy111I-11I and IIIII 'I' 111 'III rivs II 's 11111 z1I i11m'I 1IIe-s IJIfIJIC,-XIIIION I ,Q ' 'I I ,' ,-XII II,I'.'I ICF .XCQIIYI I'IIf5 cxxl,-1. I .XR M ' 5 I . , AY. k . , Q- fg,:,: ,-L? ,- I QQQ, , - V I .ga I 6, V. , I "e'j ,'gj ' .ff gg,- . . ,sq , . - Z., Q. .41 IDEDICATIDN P. Eastham, P, Flatts, J. Henderson, I". Ness, and G, Kelly at Heger's Pond. 6 'L Ks ii aan AM From the tlme of the anclent Greeks the best athletes from all the countries have come together frequently to compete for world champlonshlps at the famed Olymplc Games ln these current tlmes of frxctlon between natlons It IS gratifying to note that at these athletlc meets color and creed are forgotten and only the sklll and good sportsmanship wlth whlch the mdlvldual performs are considered Therefore, this year we are proud to dedlcate the l947 Klahxam to lnternatxonal Sports lt lb our hope that sports may be one of the medlums through which understandlng and good feellng between all natlons may be attained 9 ff . eiriwf - .- 5 I . K lv --N 6 H extra., 1 r ' 3 t zltg. 'Q S5353 A . , , 'i N Q 9 Lf-25' 'wif' N 11. '- 1' LW , p 15"5w 'f . fx '. gi ' . .5 Nqr., .,.-,... -.,M.,,.m-Q ,mw.,'3iiiQ. T t ' Ye-ll I,v:ulm's l'. I-Iusllmm :xml I I lm n 1w14,:5,, mia ilk ' :M Fgndk J-if q H Q, :sq-x, 3 DEIQSUNNEL 'F 1' ai? ' ' ' f x . 6 With new ideas, ambitions and teachers, school started this year the day after Labor Day. Seniors, proud of their exalted position, looking into the uncertain future, not wishing the year to end too quickly: juniors, anticipating what next year holds in store for them, trying to make this year overflow with their achievements: Sophomores, proud to be in high school, a little in awe of their upperclassmen-admitting it or not, Faculty, attempting to make us successful students and better citizens: this is the personnel of Ellensburg High School. We had our faults fwho hasn'tJ 3 we had our better points. We enjoyed this year to the utmost without sacrificing our previous high standards of scholarship and activities. ISTIQATIUN I uln un NUDPI mtl ndcnt X NI Broun Pr IIN np ll X., -bg. wa TT SECRETARIES x r Students of EHS felt very fortunate to have such an able admmxstratxon as they had thls year Our Supermtendent Prmclpal Secretarles and School Board supervxsed all student and teacher actlvltles to the best of thelr ability V'-',,,,.. rl.- 4. I, Vlllllllll I SCHOOL BOARD nstcl Tlfbflllhlll, Plllson Xlundx Nhs Lllxan Nhndhrnst, Y'uf.,f-lu. larrcll Flerk, nhnn Stcxxut 1 lmxrlnan 10 :i...r..,..7.V i i ., ' i ,,...!,.t,, , A 525' .. ........g .f.-L.- 'A I N. 'N-.-1 Q I. ,. t , . Mrs. I':1ul N--ls: ll Miss Mary Mau-lmnmllx - . , . R iffivngyi I Y .. .-, "' We are deeply grateful to the janitors, cafeteria workers, and bus drivers who all work so hard to make our school a happier and smoother-running place. The opportunities for thanking these people are much too few considering the many ways they help us every day XX 'ilu-1' I 1 Hin ,nw-, I-'Hunk Sp1'i11gv1-, 1lwn':4c- Tlwnms, Charlr-s lpn-S, x XXX ur ll I OXX 1 HY . M lmnq SED CES 11 X X7 Mrs. Joy Kirk, MV.: llznrizm Qui:-lqsznll, Mrs. 1611 XX'inni4- Kerr. H. I-Ivmmi, U. Hr 'z 'l, F, M: 'lzxi11. D. X'ivI'.lu-, Il. XX':1lIs, ll. Hlin-r. ll. H '1-rs, V, Ii-k 'l. 2 xii mnimly, if. Mn -hs-II, .L ' .nm-. 'IH X1 XlxC.A11 mx Ivxxlw ' A FACULT : Al l 3 X XX lt With helpful suggestions and open minds this year's faculty guided the students toward becoming better and more useful citizens. Through their high standards ancl good conduct they have set a fine example for all students. We express our appreciation to the faculty for the help they have been to us. FRANCIS WEGER 12 ,.2z'RsJ ,Q as..-- ' 1 'D muh 4 I ,N .- -rf' X ,, X. 1-A . V' .ge .gl-i .-orvfw Argall, Ruth l'Il1:lish:ixnl Sp.-1-1-lug l'l!iXl'l'Sllj' ut' Nc-rlh llzxlwlu, IZ. A.: l'nix1-Vsily nl' XY:isl1ing- lllln, 51.5. Baker, Glaydes F. l'hysi1-:il l'lllllt'llll4lIlQ lla-'Illl'Ill lY2iSllllIQLl1Yll Pull:-uv of I-Iiliivzitiml, ll. A.: 'l't'2ll'lll'l'S' 1'nIlv-,uv of l'nI1milfi:i l'r1ix'ei'siI3', M. A. Bowenq Ted---Svivii--Q-1 XYhiImzin willwgl-, IZ. S.g XX'.isliim4lmi Stull- QW-Ill-ga-, M. S. Brainard, Gladys l'lIIL.1llFllI -IZIIIIUSIHXYII will.-gv, Ii. A.: NUl'lllH!'Nll'l'll l'1iix'e-rsily, M. A. , Colburn. Zora llwimb I'If'mnmni-Asp Smith lmknlgl Slzile- 4'ulle'pI'l', ll. S. Crenshaw, Jean N1-uizll Svivliw- um! Iinglishg l'nix'+-rsitx' ul' XX"ishin-'lrm I! -K -. 1' P- . ... Davis, Delton- l":u'm Shop: NX':ishin,ulm1 Stull- Vulla-gn-, ll. S. Dunstan, Marie E. .Xi-13 I'1iivwsi1y uf Xhisluirug- ton, li. A. Henry, Waltern -l'I1ysi1-all lidliwaitimli XY:1sl1ii11.:'Iml Stall-' 1'4ull4-gn-, IZ. S. Jensen. Gladys---I.ungiluprvsz Stull- Uullf-gi' nf Sulwriur, XViswm. ll. IC. Il. Johnson, Alice J. I.ilfi'zu'y: SI, Hlut' Pull.-p14-, H. A. J. ..xn'rHuR ioiiwsoy N 4 -.1 n -.imf --- u1.- - 'm -I ' Ml' ll' if -,I Ulitll IUW tll-XRLTE VY I H MH KRS 1' Xl'l, Yl LHON t ,Rf pl-R HJ- xYN.x L: sl ll gl, lil RNIHS HPR' Nfl Johnson, J. Al'thUI"'.xLZ'l'it'lllIlll't'I lVashing'ton Stain t'oll1-go, B. S. Kibbe. Merle---Shop :intl Pliotogiapliyz Univf-rsity of XYusliiiig'ton, ll. A. Klobucher, Marion--Hngelishp NVhitmnn Collvge, B. A. Low, GEOFQCW-BIllSlt'I l'iiivui-sity uf Rovliefstor, B. Bl. McGuinness. Charles D. --Social St-it-nt-4-: Univvr- sity of VVnshington, Ii. A.. Colunilvin Univer- sity. M. A. Myers, Leonard O.-Intlnstrinl Arts: Nhishiiigzton State- t'0ll0g.:'0, B. A. Nelson. Paul- -Atlilvtit-sg Xlksliiiipzloii Statt- Col- lege, li. A.: Central xVZ1SlllTlR'lUll Uollegv of lidtit-zitimi, R. S. 2 WMM. HF WMF 'mix c wines 1 nwix W YRKkOl.-K Shuck. Anna B.--I'RllSlllf'SS1 ventral Missouri Stan- Team-lie-i's' Follege, B. S.: Polo:-ado State t'olle-ge of lidnvaition, M. A. Sprowls, Berniece--Rllsincssz S. VV ,T. 42, B. S, Stark, Hanna-Muthemativs: Uarlt-ton Uollege, ll. A.: l'niv0rsity of Minnesota, M. A. Twyman, Jeannette--Study: Fniversity of XVash- ington, Ii, A.. t'oluinbiz1 Vniversity, M. A. Ware, JeannettexHome lflt-ononiit-sq ITiiivvi'sity of XVashiin:ton, D. A.. Columbia Unive-rsity. M. A. Weger, Francis W.-Matheniativsi Montana State Nornial t'olle,f:e, B. li. Wicks. Owen C.-Social St-in-rice and English: Dakota XVvsleyan, B. A.g I'nivei'sity of VVash- inuton. M. A. Yrkkola. Edwin W. -Musiv: North'-rn Vollt-gtk of l':4llll'illl4lll, ll. S., l'nix's-rsitv of Mit-liip.:"1n Nl 'X FACIJLT SENIUIQ C ASS I 6 an . J S- V. , 3-' , 1 f' gi , kiA.a..E1...- ..m ii' I -:. . l Mr - av X if v W-:ri LV. ,. I , , H 'f"nf 2.1. -.elf 3 ' 5- 1 X 1' r. All'lilllIllll'SS zulxisllr. ll, XX'ilsl.n pr--sill.-nl, 4', Vzlslmr xml pn uh-nl, .l. Mlllvivf-se-4-i'wI:iry. ll, Sus-ill..-ru ir-zisllrvr, Miss 'l'wym:1i1 :lllvisnli This year's Seniors, with Miss Twyman and Mr. lVlcCuinness as advisors, carried out many activities including a memorable Senior Ball, amusing "Campus Quarantine", and a unique Class Night. With individuals among their ranks excelling in leadership, oratory, debate, farming activities, music, athletics, and drama, the '47 Senior Class contributed much to the smooth functioning of the school year. Alford, Melba ASI! Sl-w'i's-I:u'y Cl: Girls' l,e-augur' l'r--sillwnl li l'lC1l Awzxrll 2: Se-rvivv 2, II, 4: 'I'ri- Y Il, -lg l'Zlll-.Xllll'l'll'?lll 4: l1llIl'2iI'l2lllS31 1'4vunsf-l- lnrs 4: Slllllvllf l,vzul+Ars 1'oiifvi'viicw- SZ, l: llzmfl 4: Ura'l1+'sti'zi 2, 4: 4'lmrus 2, Zi: Musiv I".-slivnl 2, .L 4, Xwlm lin- .xml string. lflhlllfl l. Anderson. Irma S. Vlu-rue 2. Girls' lrvliglll' 4'1-n- lrul Fmiiivil 1: 'l'ri-Y il, lg Num Club 2, fl: Stillle-nt lin-mln-rs 1'ui1fQ-r1-m'4- Sl: Vulliisl-llur's il. 4: 'l'ri1ul1- li ZZ, 4: lntrzunuruls 2, Il: l'l-p 1'luli Il. 41 Yo-ll liefullo-r ll: Klzullium Cl: Atllls-tif' 2' l'nint Vlull Il: llrumu -4, 14 A 2 -. ix- , A5 Q ' y y ,T , J X M.-. Anger-man. Keith Budf--lfmrtlmll Sl, 4: liaskw-tllull 2, Il, 4: 'l'rzu-li 2, Sl, -ll YVIAA 'l'uurn:nnent 2, 311 llllI'1lllllll'2llS ll l"l4'.X 2, Il, ll Him-k .lllflf.l'lIlf.Q' Sl. Barker, Donald L.--lntrumumls 2, Cl, -lg l-Znsf-lmll 4. Barkley, Dorothy L.-'l'riplv 'l'rin 2, Vhorus 21 Tennis 2, Sl: l'illl-.-xll1t'I'll'1l.ll Il: Athlvtif- 2 ,3, -lg Point Vlulv 2, Il, li Ne-wsvzlsl 4: Klzlhinm 4, Belch, Elinor L. 'IH-:mis 21 l'l-int Vlull 2, Il: lntrumurails 2, il, 4: Triple E 41 Tri-Y 41 News- . , . rust 41 .Xtlilc-tn' L., 3: llrzimzl Sl, 4: Senior Play li Vulllil- Sin-ulaiiig mwmtvsl -l. Berg, Lois E. Sm-ml 2, Il: Nvrvim- 21, el. Broostrom, Kenneth L.--Stage Urefw 4: l'rnj--v- limi Url-w 4: Intraniuruls 4. Bunger, Jack Cargo, George A. 'Frau-k 2: lntrzunumls 2, Sl, 4, llullrlug lill2ll'll 2, Il, 43 Klailiiuni 4: Pam Vlulv ll Ne-wsvzlst l. Carney, Helen M. --l'horus 2: 1'm1nsellul's Sl, -l: lntrzimurzils 2, :Zz Triple l'I 43 Iiranm Il, '13 .Xthle-tiv 2, il: Tennis 4: lmint Vlulu Il, -1, Yl'l't'2lSlll'l'l' 4, Caspar, Carroll J.-Clmrus 2, fl, 4: Ops-rettu Il: Mixvrl Ilnys' l-Ensemble Il: S4-niur Play 4, Hi-Y 22, 4. Sw-rf-tary 4: ,Xll-Sl-huol Play 4: Plnss Vim--l'1'n-sirle-ill 2, -l: ASI! 'l'r4-:1s1ii'vi' 4: 'l'r:u'k 2, il: lntrzimuruls 2, il, 43 l-'mutlmll 2, Il, 4: Hzlskl-lllull 2, Zig KXl.lC 4, Christensen, Norma Jean Triplt- Trio 2, Il: 1'lwrus 2. Il: Nlusiv lfe-slivzil 2, 3: Te-:mis 3: lflilllllllll l: Slwiul 2, Zi, llrzuxm. 4. l I " ' - ' "F ': "' . , Q ' , 'H 3 l -1 fill, X ,XX Y X 1 AW ff-wi' 4 N . , V as Pi . ui . f 'va N. 5 0 its .- Coleman, Charles Herbert lnlrznnur- als 2, 3, -l: FFA 2, Cl, l, 'lil'4'2lSlll'4'I' ... Sliwk Jiirlgrimsg 3: Appls- .liiilpiingg ZZ, 4. Correll, Phyllis J.--Allawi l: l'l'lfll'll5 2: Music Festival 2, 4: Te-nnis 2, Ji, 4: Hlwrvtta 3: All-Si-hnol l'ln.y IE, Corum, Joanne E.-Cuunsilllm:s 4: ln- tramrurals 2, S: Tennis 4: Sm-iul 2: Service 3: Drama. 4. Crimp. Edward A.--Clmrus 2: lfimtball 2: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, Il, 4: Si-nim' Play 4. deJong, Jacquelene-AGii'ls' lit-:telic Vic-0-Presirlent 4: Latin Club 2: Counsellors 3, 4: Triple 113 51, 4: Point Club 3, 4: llltl'llllllll'ZllS 2, 32, 4: All- Sulmnl Play 4: Senior Illaiy 4: Ath- lt-tic' 2: Service 4. Doak, Ramona R.- Choi-us 2: Kluliiam 4: Allied Youth 4: Servivv 2: llrnma 3, 4, Draper, Flo C.-Tennis 2, fl, 4: Point Club Il, 4: Intramurals 2, Il, 4: Coun- sellors 4: Klahiam 4: Athletic- 2, Il, 4: Drama 3. Draper, Phyllis-Drama 2, Il: Ahletir 2. Dyk, Peter- -f", FFA 2, 3, 42, Troasuigor 4: Stork Juilizingf 3: Intramurals 2, 3: Allied Youth 4. 41,9 .., ' if Qjgglf .e . l . , 23 iii 6 if :V fx- . if l-.:2 12: y ,J K Ellis, Don S. Stage Vu-w l: l'i'0,i4-4-tif-n Crew 2, 3, 4. Evans, Dawn M.--llztnd lNln,im'f-tte 4: l.iln'nrmns Il, 4: l'uunsell0i's 4: Intru- inurztls 2, ll, -li Ill'2llllZl 3, 4. Foy, Ellyn -l'1i1t0i'i-fl as .lunior from Ynliimat: l,llII'2ll'l2lllS 4: Cuunsollnrs 4: Tri-Y 4: l'op Club 3, 4: Nt-wsrnst 41 Kluhiam Business Maiingziir 4: Sovial Cl: llrznnn 4. Gannon, Rodney E.---l-Intvrml us Senior frmn Svzttllt-I Fmmtlmall 4: lntr'an1urals 4. . Gardine, Marjorie M.---Churus 2. 41 Pill!-:XITIF'l'lf'2lll 4: Athletic' 2, Il, 4. Gay, Raymond M.-AChurus 2: Intra- murals 2, 3, 4: llzlskethall Mztmtgrei 2, ZX, 4: FFA 2, il, -l. xvltlfi-l'l'l'SltlttIlf 2. Sfwi'otai'y 4: Stork Judging 3, 4: Slillt' l"llI'lIlt'l' fl, 4. Glidden, Dorothy A.- l'lnn'iis fl, 1: .Xl- livil Youth 4: Service 4. Godes, Leroy P.fv -Chorus 2, 3: Intra- murals 2, 21 Ijilll-AlN6l'l4'2ll1 2. fl. Goessling, Dorothy Ann-- l'Z1ll-4XlTl91'l- can 2, 3, 4: Counsellors Sl, 4: Cum Club 3, 4, President 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Tri-Y 3, 4, Sec-retary 4: Klahiam ylmtn Editor 4: Service 2, 3: Drzuna SENI la 41- 4 ? i E ,4..6rn5w: ' urn: 'QQ 4' .D . - Y 1 Y Q' iffy -43. . Q' . it W' X .. .t X - i . ' v . Ep? :ww 4. 4,4-5333 , K - , , ,I ,: " bw- 'F , Rf: 'Wg 2. 14 gt 4 5 f 4 , V vs.. 4 I Y ' -' Q . , A-4 - .1 3 '-'- 'E 1 ' 734 Y -4 Haberman, JOE'-l':llIt'l'l'll :ls .luni-vt' fi-mn thi- Si-1-vii-i-3 lfimtlizlll 4. Haberman, Sylvia Ann-ltnnd 2, IE. 4: fll'l'llf'SlI'il fl: l.iln':u'i:1ns 4: Musiv lf'e-stivzil -l: Survive- 2: Srwixtl 3: llfillllil 4. Hake, Shirley D.---Class Prosidc-nt 3: Tennis Il, 4: Point Club ll: l':1n-Am0r- it-an 2, 3, l'rt-sident :Zz l,ihra1'ians 4: Counsellors 3, 4: Ns-wsvast 4: Ath- li-tii' 2. 3, 4: Debate 4: Cmnmenr-e-- nu-nt llimiu' Speaker 4. Hansen, Vivian-Chin-tis 2: Intramur- :ils 2, II, 4: Klaliimn ZZ, 4: Cam Vluh :El lfrnnizt 2, li Athletit' HasBrouck, George G.--Intrzimurnls 2: Ilri-ln-strzt 2: Band Il. Hays, Robert Larry--Ffmtlwall 2: Intra- niurnls 2, Il, 4: Vllll-rXl1lt'l'll'Hl'l 2, 3: Nt-xvsvust 4: Tri-Y 4. Hitchcock. Mary Anne-Chorus 2: Musir' Fvstival 2: Tennis 4: Pan- Amt-rivan 3, 4: Klahiam 4: Newscast 4: Oratm-if-al Contest 4: Social 4: Atlili-tif -l: llelsate 4, Howard, Dorothy J.--Librarians 3, 4: Klahiam 4: Counsellors 3, 4: News- vust 4: Drains. 4: Senior Play 4: Pep Club 3. UIQ C All ' A ' ' w af li in Sli DID C I v gf, I. I 1 . ,z i If f4.' , - 1 N3 Pill:- ,QE VX-4, . . 3 I-WV " """"'l " "' 'QV-1.2: . -N f L 1 -- A x " , is L Jaeger, Lillian E. l-Intl-r+-ll as S+-ninr frinn Ule I-Iluin: .ktliletiv 4. Johnson, Betty Jane Sinugvtts 41 Y--ll l,4-:uh-r II. 4: lllllI'2ll'l2lllS 4: t'rlunsl-l- liars Il, 4: Kluliiaun ZS: Trl-Y il. l, l'rvsirlr-nt 41 Vain Vlnll il: lvrzunzi ll , .XIlllt'llt' 21: P+-p l'lul: 11, -4. lr:-siilf-nt 4: Girls' l,f-u5:ui- I-lvpx't-seiitzxtivv Il: 4lr:1tm'ir-all Vout:-st 4. Jones, Ronald -lfrmtlvzill 2. 22, 4: lntm- lIllll'ktlS 2, Sl, 4: liullilng Hnnrrl 2. il, -4. lst l,ii-ut:-nzuit 4: Ne-wswnst 4: Klu- liiuln 4: llnys' l'in1iis4-lliws 41 All- St-ln-ul Play Il, 4: Senior Play 4: Buys' livpi'e-so-iitzitixw 1'ninine-ni-f-nn-nt Hfninr S114-nk:-r 4. Kaminsky. Opal 'l'2lll-4xlllt'l'l4'illl 2, fl: l'i-txrisf-lliws ZZ, 4: Ilraunzl 4: .kllil-ll Youth 4. King, Myrtle -l,iln':u'izlns 4: Klklllliilll 41 Newsvnst 4: Athletic 4. Kitts, Loran Laverne ---lntrzunurnls Il. l: I"l4'A ll, 4: Still-k .luflging Il, ll Se-ninr Play 4: Alliwl Ynuth Prs-sith-nt ll All-rning .Xiimnim-Pnn-rits 4. Klocke, Bob--lfuntlmll 11, 4: 'l'l'2l4'li 4: l"I"A 2. 15: Stan-k .luflging 2: Pun- .Xxin-rivuii il, 4: lli-Y Il. Lambson, Charlotte E. ---Girls' Illn- sf-inlllv 2: 1'l1r+rus 2: Alnsif- Fvstivzll Z, 3, 4: Smugvtts 2, 11, 4: Te-nnis fl, 4: Point Vluli Zi, 4, Sergeant 4: Intru- niuruls 2. il, 4: 4'uunse-llnrs 4: Vnni Lish. Alice N. ---- liiitcf-re-il us Junior frfnn Kittitzis: Sm-ial 4: Ilrznna il. Lorenzi, Laura Elnora--Point Vlnh 22, 43 4'ounst-llnrs -41 lflilllliilll il: Vain 4'lull it, 4: Athlvtiv 2. Lorenzi, Nelda M. P1-int I'Inll fl: l,ilvrzn'i:uis 4: 4'uuns4-llnrs 4: .Xthlvtiv 2, ZZ, 4: Se-rvivo fl. MacDougalI, Irene--l"l1urus2+l, 4: Sniuga- e-tts -l: 'l'ripls- IC 33, 4, TI'l'2lSlll'l'l' -4: l':ni-.Xnn-rivun 2. Il: l'nunsi-llnrs Il, -4: lilnliizun 4: Hlwrc-ttu fl: Allif-cl Youth 4: llrzuna 4: Si-i'x'ivv Il: lntrzunurnls 2, 53: Athletif- 2. Maver, Anne J. I-Iiitviw-fl frrnn .lune-:lu ns S+-nirlr: Atliletim' Tl't'2lSlll'l'l' 4: In- tr'z1niui':1Is -4. Maver, Marian J.-l,iln':u-inns ZZ: Klu- lliani 4: Se-rvit-ef 3. 4: Tennis trzunuruls 3, 4. 4: In- May, Stanley J.-Ente-rt-rl as Senior frinn Navy: lfimtlmll -4: Stapl- 4 Crux' McClure. Harold-lilnnl l: Vlnlrns 2, McConnell, Bobg,-XSH Pri-sirlr-nt 4: Hays' l'l1lll l'rogr:un t'hz1irinz1n All lfnntllzill 13, 4: 'Fravk 4. Aluiizigl-i' 2, Il: Intruniurals 4: litlllflog lliinril 2, 12, 4, 1'uptnin 4: Klzihiain il: N1-wswnst 51: KXl,l'I 'll All-Svhtml l'l2lY 3. -il Svliiul' Play 4: Boys' l7f0UllSE'llfJl'S -4: irrl-4-n Nuys' State 4: Student l,sfzulors 1'0llff'l'1'Ill"t' ZZ. 4: f7I'lllllIilt'1ll l'r1nti-st 4: Vnli-rlir-tox'i:1n 4. Evil- 4'lul, 2, 2:1 P4-p l'lllln 12, 4: lrrzunn 2. Sl: McEwen, Cora E.--'l'riplv 'l'i-io 2, l: .Xtlih-til' 2, 32. 4. i'l1urns 2, 4: Musii- I-'a-stivzil il, -lg Point t'Iulv 3, -4, Pre-siilvnt -4: lntrsx- Larson, Johnvlintvre-d as Sl-ni'-r: murals 2, 22: Pminsl-llnrs 4: Athlvtii- L.Il'Zlflll2il!'fl at mid-yf-ar. 21 In-:una 3, 4, 16 V- . X . W s l L1 .3 , , , Cs I Q Q 'i 4 , . . . V 1 A' it .5253 I 1 A, : : W L 4':N'llU1Il'fl 2Nll 'XVUL Mead, Robert W.---Frmtlvzill 2, il, 4: liasketllall 2: Tr:1l'k 2, 4: lntrzunur- ails 2, 3, 4: Fam Vluh Il. Miller, Jerry M.-Flmrus 2: Smugetts l: Vlass Secrf-tary 4: Te-nuis 3, 41 lntrzunurals 2, Zi, 41 Nam t'luli 2, Sl: llrzuna 2, 3, 4: Pop Club 3. -4. Miller, Leston W.4l"ootl1all 2, Il: 'l'rz1rk 2, Il, 4: Intramurals 3, 4: Bulldog lluzmrd 3, 4: Pun-Amorit-sm 2, 3: Boys' t'wunsc-llors 4. Mundy, Beverly- Intrzimurzils 2, Il, 4: Student lmarlors 1'0nfm'vm'e 4: Pain Vluli 2, il: Pep t"luh 3, 4: Drama 3, 4: Tri-Y 3, 4, Vlmplain 4: Chorus 2: Sl-nior Play 4: Klnhiznn 2, Sl, 4: News- wist 4. Murchland, Loretta-lntrznnurals 2, 3, 4: Ilatin Ululw 23 t'ounsollm-s Il, 4: llrmna 2, 3: Social 4: Tennis 3: Student IA-arlvrs i'flllf4'l't'lll'f': 4. Nelson, Jeanne M. -Inlrzunuruls 2, Sl, 4: .l'2lll+.Xlllt"I'lt'2lIl 2, Il: Klahiann Il: 'I'ri-Y 2. Il. 4. 'l'rf-zlsiirm' 4: t"mn Vlulv 2: News:-:ist 4: llrmna 2, 3, 4: All- Si-hnnl Play fl: Sonini' Pluy 4: Pop Club Sl, -l. Nuckles, Charlotte G, Lihrariznis 4: l'UllllSt1ll4lI'!4 fl, 4: News:-:mst 4: Drama 2, Sl, 4: Allif-rl Ynuth 4. O'Neill, Patrick J. -ASR Vir'v-l'reSi- cle-nt fi: Vlziss l'ro-sirlfent 2: Flaws Vim-- l'l'4-siilviit il: lli-Y 3, 4: Friutlrzlll 2, 3. l: liaskvtlvall 2, Ii, 4: 'l'r:ir-k 2: 'Fi-nnis 32, 4: Intramurals Sl, 4: l"l".-X 2: News- --ast 4: YYIAA Tournznne-nt 2. 4. 0 'f f ,r g 45' at ' Hs. ,1 C' 3 Qi 'X ' 5 , 4 Q ' 7 - f .A -. f ' ' l X X!-vw H, l X -lx , , ' J, N x fl ui re. ' 4 4 , M X4 KN f f '53 'A ' K Q l 'GA' 5- 1 f. .S . , .- i 1-. ,v-,imx ii.iu.wx mf-.-xx lim e x x- - Paulson, Doris I. 'l'i'ipli- 'l'i'if1.2. il. li 4'hf-rus 2, 3, l: Music lfi-slivzxl Zi. 4: l.:1Iin l'lulv 2: lliwixxizl 2: Si-rx'i1'w' Ci. 41 upon-4-rtzi fl. Penwell, Don L.---Slaife 4'rvw 41 lfnnt- lmll 2: 'l'rzu'k 2: lvitiuiiiiiimls 2, R, 4: llllll Vlnlv 4: Sm--k .luilgingr 2, fl, 4. Peters. Gloria L. Sniiigf-its 4: Intru- mnruls 2, 3, 4: l'z1li-Aim-ric'nii 2, Il: Klzihiaim 2: 'l'i'i-Y 2, Il, 4, X'lm--l'i'e-si- 'Init 4: Vzim 1'li1lv 2: lv-'zmm 2, 22, -41 l'4-li Fluli Zi, 4. Plat's. Patricia Ann 'lim-lii-slim 2: 'l'rixili- IG Il, -l: l':m-Ami-ri1':in 4: Num Vlulv 4: llrzmm 2, 35, 4: Student lmarl- Q-rs l10llfQ'l'f'Yll'l' Il, 4: l'ulilii- Siu-:ikiin-Z' Vmili-sl 4: .Xll-Sr-hunl l'lzl5' Il, li Sf-niiwi' l'l:U' l: l'lill .Xwzxrfl fl: lila- hialm lllrlitur-iii-1'liief 4: Salutulm'i:ln 4. Powell, Patricia L. Vliiwiis Sl, 4: Musi-' lfostivzil 3, -lg l'nint Vluli Il, 4, Vim-- l'i'i-sidf-nt 4: llllI'2ll'l1lll'GllS 2, Sl: l'z1n- Anivriluin 2: l'u11i1svllui's Il. l: Klu- hizim Il, -4: Allllvtii' 2, Il, 4: lla-luitv ll: Ups-rvtlzi Il: Allif-rl Youth 4 ., . s ..: lmlm -. . -, . .., 4: Klailiizun l. Hpi-re-ttzi Il: llrzlmzi L, Il, l: Intru- llllll'1llS 2, il. Purnell, Vivien E.--l'hf-ru 1'Il1ll 'P' l"in Xin:-ri'-'ui " - 7 Randall, Dorothy L. 4'lwrns 2, 52, 4: l,iln':u'i:uis 4: Svl'Vii'e 2: Sm-hal SZ, 4' Allied Ynuth 4, Rosenberg, Wayne-Iiitr:imui'z1ls 2, . 4: Bulldog' Guard 2, Il, 4. Sandnes. Gerald O.- Flziss 'I'i-4-:isim-r Thomson. Peggy L- "ll""l'f fl: llnske-llizill 2, Il: 'l'rzu'k 2: lntrzx- "llll' 73- lf lllll'1Hlllll'1ilS 3- 3- muruls 2, Il, 4: FFA 2, IS, 4, Secrv1:li'y Il: .Xtlilo-tu' 2. Il. 42 UI'f'l'f'U2l Il: Strunk .luilging ZZ, l: Sturm- l4':u'nu-r Townsend, John F. Ente-rv-il .L l. lnlraiiiurzxls 4. Trosky. Virginia M. --liiitmw-4 from Mminw: Hnml Ala 'IN-:mis I: Pam Fluli 4. Schmitz. Walter H. --Vlwrlis 2, Il: Musiv lfe-stivnl IZ: I-'fmtlnill 2, Sl, 4: liuslwt- luill 2, 4: 'l'i-:mis 2: Iiilraimiirzils 2, II, 4: lli-Y 4: Num Vlulu 2: N4-wsu-:ist 4: I-toys' fiflllllSQ'll0l'S 4: KXIJC 4: All- ,quit .E 4. mt,..m,m..,lg -1 -2 - n l '- ' ' ' ' "- ' R svllnrs l: Klzihizuii 2. 4: llrzmizi l: .Klhle-Iiv 2, Il, 1 l.i-zulers 1'inif1-ri-m-v Sl, 4. Uebelman, Bonnijean- -1'l1-vi-1: . vliuul ll:ly 'll Svnivu' llzly -l: YVIAA 'l'mii'ii:in1vnl 2: llllf'l'4'llil Il. Schooler, Donald E., l':lll?'l'k'll1lS SQ-iii'-1 from llnze-nizm, Bluiilsuuxg l-'mrtluill 4: Ulmer, Erna Mae-Pluss S4- Iiitrnmurzils l. Girls' l.i-:ip.riu- 'l'n-:isun-r SCl'lLIllel', Paul Hr-llilllll 2, il, ll UV- Vllllm fl, -ll l.illl':qrig1l1s 4: 1 vlme-slra il: Blush- lfvstivul 2, ZZ, 4: li Kluliiam 3: Tri-Y 3, 4: liilrzlmurzils 2. 3, 4: l'2lIl-.XIN1'!'l1'llll 2. JI: lvrziinzi 4: .Xthls-Iii' 2, :L Sellwood, Esther Ann 'Point l"llIlr Il, lg Waters, Eugene Laverne -ll Si-nim' from Navy: I-'mst Manage-r 4: Hi-Y 4. Atliletiv 2, 34, 4: .Xllii-al Youth 4: intra' murals 2, Il. Sorenson. Janet K. 'IH-nnis 2, ii, 4: Watson, Barbara Ann lmim l'uinl Fluli 31: lllll'ilIlllll'1llS 2: 'l'riple- lnlrznmiirsils 2. Il, ll Allllvf l-I Il, 4, l'ri-sid:-ii! l: l'l'lll':xlllf'l'll'llll 4: ' .- . - f Klxihizlm 4: Tri-Y 4: N4-wsm-:ist 4: "MUNI '15 N Girls' l.e-:igixv l'e-nlrzil 4'4Illlll'll l: , , A , , Si-i-vii-v 4: Alhlf-tif' 2, Il: llrmiizi 2, Il: W,"k"'f,- f'hYll'5 J- ll,l"',f'S S1-nim' I'l:ly -4: PPD Vlull Il, 4: Stuile-nt 'mls -' "' 11 l'l'l"'m "- "' 4 IZ: liiliwimlirnls 2, Il, Wilkins, Shirley J. 'Friplv Vlinrliw 2, 31, lg Musii- ll lntrzummils Il, 1: llrzimzi lllwlwfllil Il. ln-il4lvI'S lilllll-4'l'Pl14'!' -l. Spurling, Cecil I.-V-lf'-nil-:ill 32: 'l'rm-k 21' l"l4'.X 2, Cl. ll Slvwk .lllllglllkl 4: Klu- l1i'im 'I Street, Maxine M. Vlmrus 2: lwiint lluli N-vra-lziry .-1 lIlll'1lllllll'lllF 2, Il, Wilson, Bill E. l'l:1ss l'i'0Si1lw li 'l'I'iDlf' li fl. 4. Vim--l'r'e-Sirl+-lil 4: ki-tlvaill 2, II, 4: Trzivk 33: Hi 4'fllIllS0llUl'S 4: Klziliinm ZZ: 'Fri-Y 4: Wright. Wayne V. 'l'l'0,lPl'Ii1 Num Ululu 2, fl: Ibrumzi 4: Atlile-tii' 2. 4. Swedberg, Beth M. Vlnss 'l're-:isurvr -l: Young, Floss l'i'uj--1-limi Pre 1'nunsellors Il. 4: Girls' lA'2U-Ylll' 1'+-n- l'llO!'1lH Il: lntrzumirzils 2. tral l'0llllI'll 4: Drama 4. Vluh 2, 22, 4: Klnhiam 4. SEN DID C Q XX UNIDIQ C ASS sl A wl- fv , ' ., . . , ' wiv: -4' f V 1 ' ' ' R . '31 " . r' I 3 Ng 1 A S fc h. 4, -M W f .' , FW i fx 4. 4 ' A 1, IK? V 1 S3 I Q- l ,sq - 4, r '- A 4' Q ' .ff ' s ' v . 'J Qhkxk ..1NY' 3 h , F h " L 'Q 5- 1, as ls' sl . i , f K K f"T . 3' li A 4 4' ly! hx t A-W, 1 A px r A J N K X l t xx AWK MN' X Q Outstanding in sports, constructive ideas, and promotion of worthwhile activities, the junior Class has con- tinued to furnish leaders in every aspect of school life. ln sponsoring the annual junior Prom, they showed both skill and originality. I+. l"1ll'L'4'll lain-sill.-llI1.l. bt:-rlllxu tr"-:lslln-l'1 IP, Hain-rs vlw--pi"-Qlvlv-ill I' l'll!llN4'II 'nw-i'w-I'x1'v Nllss Kl1.l.x1wI11-1' ziflvismz 18 ug ye w A 6' Q wt. . f lt' fl VJX I s :Q . , 4 . X Q 4 A - v 4- ' ' . 5 : ur. 1 M- F . X x 1291?-U if N V M I A N f Y : . V . . Al ' - . - - L 1 - ' 1 , O - , A by A , ,N , xv , " 4: . , , A it X 5- 'W avi ' x A u?XT. A Yg . X , AK . I I I N ' ,. 1 rf K N A ' . ' 4 'QS , I , A K ' A Q, ya I " , . .N , K Y 1 ,V44 ' " 1 u f K I f - 1 - Q " ii 4 , Q- xx P -X 1 x N I I 1 ,g ,bs Y A " I ' 5 -A W 4 - - ,J GE? A y' 11' f 5 iw ,R . in .-w 2' "' ' , EA , Y V i 5. 1 N ' Vx Q4 A .- .. sr A H X ' 4 q. ' Q 1 '- , A 5 I K , ' ' . :I ' A . gil DC. W . X . , 47 ' x , Q. 4.555 S. I if x 1 0 fa' ' K k V I Q ' ' I 1 - 'F A l Qt I 6' 5 A A ,xx 1 K ,S 1 W 1 V .5 L ' L 1 A 5 'f . 4l' I1 'xx 4 E' g .1 h il' , bmi' X x ' At A, f A A I Q 5, u .3 ' 5 gn... I 9 fx, E - y ,ff , s , 1- I X L ni ' A - NA "HW - H A ' ' Q N3 ' 7 :V 'L 'Y 5 ' , uf, I 5. .K 1 . A . I 'kg i my f 5 , f .gi x I is .,:if::N I -. f " 6 - . ' ' .N V . X a ' . , M- - ' - x 'rx WM' . Q 1 YF. . 1 J "s HDMOIQE C ASS it 10 A I :NVQ r v X I lmtratlve and pep are characterxs txcally the attributes of the Sopho mores Immediately flttlng them selves mto the program of the school these students were welcome addr tions to EHS this year on QQ on r I 'a ,av 'Ur lv! 1 ltvm kms 11 Y s xx if N 0 y Nu lg N 1 sexo 4 1 Sum IU un 1111: ns X 1 1,5 Nano IMI ' 2. , .' -' . if x . . , . "1.' ' , . ':lx"- , . . "t'I'lll8ll, '. f'1lluw'y, . AI6'hI'4'I', 1U'I'iS -. S" " . ' '1' . .. : ' ' . 1 " ' . Borden J. Brcwir, . vkvl' l'. Xfllhully. 'S 4 '1 xx h11xx 1 1 xx H4111 O1 -it 0 1 .J 'ce ww 1 111 1 1 s 1xx '11111N111 11 M ll 1x llll b Nl l7llllI1l X 11 lun N QI I li N l 1 Il 11N 1111 1 N 1x1111111 N1111 1 lll 111111 an au.: 'Ad is 1 N 11 1 1111 11 N11 Hllllxll 1i11xx XI111111 1. A17 1 1xx111 IQIV N11 11 1l111xx11 1 1 111 1 a,xx1111d N '11111 1 e1N1111 1i11xx R11xx 1 1 SUDI-10 DDE C ASS 21 -' . ' U- I ' r . ' lg , P . if f ,,, - 1 -f 1 51 1' 'a I N ,, It' I . , . ' 1 JW v- ., 1,11 .1 I, ' ' f .1 , A M ' M. N f 41 a ' xr' ',- 1 1 'X fx . 1' 1 ,xml 1 K, W. 1 ,Elf WA 1' A K f '. 1 ' 5 ..4 " A Q ' . 1 1. - ' 2' 11 111' --1". K1-'1', J. 11 Ig -, 12. A1:111111xx'.', J. 1,1-11xx111, V. 1f'11111ls, V. N1 - ':11'1, 11. l1l11:1s1111, 11.Gi1111111-11, 11. 11' .' 1. 1.1 '4--li. gxll 1-12' 111, V. S11 'I ll. A11 ll, H. XV1'i1'111. AI. 111-131.111, A1. 41111-11, 11. IIIH.. P. 11', '1-ill. ' 'Ii -J. 1,1-11, Ii. 51z11'Ii11, 11. 1111fst1':11111. H. 1111111-1'1111111, IZ. .111r114111, 11, 121-11111, 11. U1 1141, L. " 1.1, t'. ,lill i1 '2 --Y. lY11xx's1 11, J. All 111.', I.. M: 1111, .I. 1111111-. .1. .I1 1111. 11. 511111111 V. .1111 11, V. lllIl'1l1l, ' 1-R. 4'1' I.. 11211111 -11, .I. XYi -ks, 1'. .'1-1: ' , XY. tiny, F. 1'1-111-1z111k111'. U. U '11, 11. S1'11i1 1 ', F. J111 S1111. - ----- '--- ----V 1 - I- A Y A, TA ----- 11 ,,- .JJ-,.t:1w I if If M -1 -- '- V' ' .. 4 V A f . ' , yr A A Q,- 1 ,K 4 W- uw , . 4 1 ' iff 55 Lg .1 , ' M - 1 'S - . . 21.1 ' 12, ' 5 1 f" .fx Xa N -. A M... I X .L t qi 4 lI1xx'-1 A. .'1 11 1, 11. 1-Ix':111S, 11. Mal 1 -xxs. IC. l'1111sl:1111l, I.. S11 --11-31 11. I'11ill111s, S. l,:11'11:1111'11, 11. 111-11: , 15. '21 --R. 1 11.11 R. S11 '1l11l'1, J. 111 '- '1 111. S. .XII 11 111, 11. l11'ix'111'. 11. t'111111i11, 11. Yuil, H. .' :xxxy 11. K11 S1-1. 'Il--J. ' ' . 11. M -1' llly, M. 131-saw. 111 S1 '111-, M. XYi114:1111s, M. Hal," ' . 11z1xx's1111, 1,1 11. " , M. ' . ' I 111 1'1-111-11, 11, Shpllyv ly XY1111i.-1-, 1'. 1-'i111-1-1113 I.. XV'lf1111, S II111111s. 1.. l'1'1s:1:1s, S. x':1111:11'z11a1. 1'. .' .' A . QA 1' 199 f "' ' ' '-" " ,, s"A..'Q ' ,. -'45 in- 09-1- UIQGANIZATIUNS 9 r ' v ' J J :hiv 9' 1 f 1 4 I , - I x 'S C , x. 5 L, 1 is ' p- HP.. 3 -,:tVH - ' 5 0 l N 1 1 NI 1 1 1 x 111 1 11 1 1 1111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 22 Established for the purpose of serving the needs of the students of EHS, the clubs and organizations have accepted and carried out many activities of school life. These organizations have taken pride in their accom- plishments and have continued to maintain high standards which justify their prominent place in Ellensburg High School. m""r S' ag, P, Slflllllll-EI'-L'!"lU'lEI', D. Norling-batter, M. Watson, J. l'x-ice, G. Pam-s-, C. Angerman, S. Hawks, J. Tun-koi -pitcher, B. nge-l, H. Belch at Vantage. 23 UDGAN ZATIIDNS 1 xx D ANI ut ll xisfi LS is Q X u t iinunme it GIRLS LEAGUE To create, maintain and extend ideals of friendship social service, loyalty and patriotism to discuss subjects of interest and helpfulness to girls, and to instill in the heart of each one a constant desire to gain and pass along the best things in life This is the purpose of Girls League which is divided into five mam divisions service social drama athletic, and counsellors A. S. B. "This association shall exist for the control of football, basketball, track, tennis, judging, debate, declamation, oratory, music, dramatics, the school annual, and any other interest or activity that concerns the student body as a whole." In their monthly meetings the ASB council carefully weighed the problems of the school and made judicious deci- s ons accordingly. BOYS' CLUB The purpose of Boys Club IS to inform the members of various vocational opportunities of which they may take advantage, to promote a health program, and to provide for any other activities in which the boys are especially interested With this purpose in mind, interesting monthly meetings were held presenting valuable information on a wide range of subjects X X f x I 4 sids nt I fIvJ0m. X 11 P pre su 1 n ,xx x sX I 4 I s + is Vis 1 m mn or 1 s Q 4: fu s nur ll 1 ll t user .sue pr: sont? 24 I .. , , Ii -w Z2 I-I, I'llllISl'll" vim--pi'-.'i1lr-lit. Ii. Mt-Umilwll - r -H- mle-nt, Mr, Ili' tu z I 1', f'. Va ,'1l2lI'fII't'Z .'lll' -l'. Iluw l- K, V llg47SY'I'I't' ary, P. Fittn-l'r-1'-soil ' "ir- l'e-svxllzllixw-. - - - . - 9 - . . .- ' . 1 s - Q Q . I 1 U I . Ti V I . . Miss X Wir- --all 'isniy AI, Alfwrfl----3 r '- . .. ' 'f "' A I- t, Il. I":irr:-ll---sw-iw-Iziry. Mr. Hr: 'nizul 'isur. II, I, .lo-ns 1 lil--sw 'W-I:ll'y, I-1. Rr s.'--- ti Az :urn-r, P, uz :ll 11 ff i ' II2lIZl'llIN'll'l'iX'I -e--pre-.'irIn-nt. IS. Ms'1'4mn -II x-+-pw-suntan!ins, Irma An I -rs n -- sf- 'V rvy '4-sf-nt: tive- no pi'u,urnm l'IlJlII'lIl5lYl. IZ. K1 -:I - 'N-pr I -nl. HI-Y The purpose of Hi-Y is to promote Christian character throughout the home, school and community. A few of the group's activities are: sponsoring drives for charitable groupsg holding an annual bean feedg and giving a dinner for the Tri-Y. I'1'esi1I1-111, Ilill NVils11111 x'lL't'-l'l'l'Slllk'lll, l'211 0'N1'ill: S1-1-1'1-1111'y, I':11'1'11ll 4'z1s11111': 'l'I'l'2lS- lll'f'l', Hull K111-s11-rg 1'l111 1lz1i11, l'z11 IVN1-ill: 1 X lsul liuu N 1 II 111s R H llsnll H1111 1111s 1 x11s tl N1 H1111 11111 Nl ll I 1 1 H1111 11 s Pl 1-11 Nlnug, 11 Row 1 INK R1 PH PEP CLUB mlio create and maintain school spirit" is the purpose of the EHS Pep Club. The Pep Club members attend many out-of-town games and all home ones. They are responsible for the drills and "half-time" entertainment at those games held in Ellensburg . l'1'1Asi1lv11l, H1-tty J11l111s1111: Vive-'I'1'1-si1I1-111, Mary .1111-11111-sg S1'l'l'QIlll'X-Tl't'1iSUl'Fl', ll111111:1 ID1'iV111'g A1lYis111-, Miss A. SllllL'li. 1 s1 x1 .I I1 s S111111s ll 1 ss I Xlu111w ss S1111 1 xsu NIH su .ltlwi N s 111 s Pl ll l,5'lll 1 Ill llllfl ll s 111 ll 1e 1 1 Jer 11 1 It m lb11111.1ll 'lllss Ixl11l1u1l111 1 R011 1 1 It 1 1 llll li Nu 11ll11 1p.. Nou x 111111-1 tx IN Ul NIH XU1l1l1 1 11 e s1111 l1011111s J NS 111s s llll., 'l1ss NI1111 lil7XX s N 1 RUN X1 soil 1 1 Mx 111 x Pt Alf1111 H1111 In l11l111s1111 COUNSELLORS Sponsoring Hello Week and acqua1nt1ng new girls w1th the students bu1ld1ng, and school activities constltute the work of the Counsellors Each year the group gives as dinner in honor of the new girls 1 111 11 1 1111 11r P1111 1 l urett 1 Xlllll l1l1 ll 1 lllt 19 ll IX 1s111 Nliss Xl klol1111 hm s 11 96 Ol I lNlll'llIl TRI Y Tr1Y an organization associated w1th the YMCA works hard t create maintaln, and extend throughout the home school and community high standards of Chns t1an character It s11 1 21 1 11 111s1111 1 l It s11I1 1 NLFQ IIX 1111111 1111 s ng IPINIIIQI Jef11111e 1 s1111 1 Imp 'llll R1-X1a1lX XI11111Ix Xdx1s111 Nl1ss X 5llll1 UIQGAN ZATICNS 25 l .-X I ', M1'. li. 4':1s11z11'. ' -lflll .'111il -y, IC. S11 ' t'. 1':1.'11111', B. '4--lb. lJ1'i'1-1', .l. S11-Ve11.'111, ll. l' 'lly, M. 2l'lUt'.', .l, 1' '- .'4lll. . xi-M' 'ine -In-V, R' V1 ...I h 'I P. Un, im- ll nv - .l, Miill 4l'.Al'Jz1s'tl1:1111, Y, JI 1'1li'11, lfl. lin.-.3 J. 1511151-, 1. . 1 .Ig .Zvi IA Hx. .I H Foul.. ,H I, PHI- lg. mn li .2 -lr, 11111'ssl111g, M1.'.' .l 'k, l.. 5111111141 lr, J, J:11'l'.' 11, .l. . 1tl1, 1.-i 1.1.11 ' i ' ' ' .l. Nels 11, ll. 'A a1'.'. ' I-H. K1 -.'t ', ll I"z11'1'1-Il, .l. .' "1 '1I, ' l-M. A11.'1' , M. XVilliz1111.-, li. l-'11y. ll, N1 'dst 'Illl, G. II. ll: uv I1-1: I-'. lla '1'i.'. Row 5-E. M 1111, J. I Jing, F. H111 , P. I' W1-Il, I. ll2l'- 1 '5-H. lfvl 1411121111 J. S l"ll.' . M. .1 limi' el---N. l,ii1'1-hai. Ii, Il11wz11'1l,..li. S11-V1-11s1111. S. lI:1k1', M. l.il111ky, II1111'-I-lf. IIIPSSIAI li. lllllixdy, li. H1-l1'l1. ll. IHNS- IL 4-4 - U .- ', .l .' V 41,4-I M,ll1.jl1f2.,,' V4 1-lgk 1, I,, Mu '-l lan I. J. Glick, Il, ' Ty, 'Il-tl, l'L'lt'l'S, I. .I1-11:Yol1I, J. Glick, J. St -Y- - V. 1 V r- e11s1111. '2--Ui liil ' I, J01 sv ll, l'. l,:1111l .' , J. Mllrphy, C". 'ZZ-lQ,ll-'11y, li. l':Y1lllS, .l. fiEl,LIl', .l. Smith, J. li 111' I---ll. g, ll. IC1':111s, IG. Foy, M, Sll' -l, M. . 'I, 'I-ll, iN111i1I.'t1' 111, M. Sli' I. ll. Alf 'd. l'- .- , . . . . .. 1. . . 0 . . ' - - ' ' ' 4 I l"-NI-111, I ittj J I A 3 Vlfo- "ff -111, 4'l1:1i'111z , I4 tl S 'hll 1 LIZ I' '11l l'1111111'1l, Slllrl 'N' lllkv, Gl111'i:1 l'1-t -rs: S111 11: ll ' Ilj I 1-.'- l, 2 . " z111I, J: '4 '1 I .I 11551 A I ' x '. . . . .-li 'g T'1.' ' N-lp 3 ' , L' l ' 1 1 ' . ji .- ', 1 X. S 'k. ,wi UIQGAN ZAT DNS CAM CLUB Cam Club IS an organlzatlon CXlStlI'lg pr1mar1ly to ralse funds for new equlpment for the dark room ln acldltlon Cam Club sponsored several partles and recreatlonal trlps tlus school year N bl N 1 x s lnun 11et11w 1 1 X1s111 l lx 1 11 Run 1 ll ss 11 hulk N1 X N ll I 11 s lf ge l1 1. 1 new 1111 1! 1111 tl l 1 1 u1l1r1 ll s tsux 1 111 ll R1111 lux X ll s ll 'Yi 493' LATIN CLUB Latm Club IS an orgamzatlon com posed entlrely of second year Latm students ThlS year the Lat1n Club mem bers sponsored several actlvltles for the fxrst year class 1 N 111 Us 1 Xustm 1 INDI Xl1ss 1 le 11N111 1111 shx Ill Su 1s 111 Sc ll 1 1111 1111 x ' s lx11uts1111 lf lien hsml mx 1., 11 ulh x lllllllll 1m 1k 1 Xustm NN 4171 'Qi fl Q H1111 111 1 1 s 1 16 xx s 111 111s 1 I l'l1lJJ'N Rrm ls X A 1 s N11 1 S ll 1 1 1 1 h4lllX 1 11s4111 1 x N xllll hell li Xl1111l1l111y,, Nl Helgesn 1 Pun x s 11 1 ' 1 1 N l11l111s1111 1 I NUII Nll U1 N II OIIINUIII x XX 1111111 FFA Learmng to do doing to learn earnlng to llve llVlI'lg to serve IS the motto of the Future Farmers of Amerlca The boys ln tlns 0l'ganlZatlOI1 learn modern ways and means of farmmg I 11t11l111t Iluul l1m11s111rl X111 l'ltNlll9llI l1c1l Sllllllllli., Ss-1111111 Ru 1-.U P11.1su11r I1t11 Ink S111t111fl, Bud 1le'I11111. R1 p111tf1 I11111s VS lp pfl X1lx1s111'- XI1 I X I11l111s1111 flllfl Xlr I1 Thu IH 26 PAN-AMERICAN CLUB The purpose of Pan-American Club is to create enthusiastic interest in the language, peoples, and customs of Spanish- American countries and to create better relationships between them and the United States. Monthly meetings and the Pan- American Day assembly are the club's main activities. l'I'l'Slll1'lll, llvrln ll1lIZt'lllhl'lt'l'I xvll't'-l'I't'SlKlt'lll, Martin lizuiisuyg Sf-1-rvt:u'y- 'l'I'l'2ISlIl'l'I', lieth 'I'1vze1'3 A1Ivis1n', Miss G. Jenseii. I211x1'71 .l. Slrl'l'IISUll, 11. K1-11s1-I. ll. Miller, .l. Stvrliligr, Ii. lPl'2llNll', M, liallisuy, 11. l':llllllSUll, ll. fIi1111111-II, .l. l.1-1-, I:11w 4 Ii. l.:u'i111111'1-, Il. IJrix'1-r, .l. Sl1'Yl'IlSllll, ll. K1-Ily, M. N111-kles, 12. ll11fslrzu11I, II. l!1'I1'I1, .l. Vl'ziil1-, Miss .I1-11s1-11. Ilwwlis-l,. lZ:1i1'1I, It. 1'1-oss, .l. Glick, M. Vrnss, Y. Hnke, IC. XV1-lislvr, M. liesuw, M. 11zu'1Ii111-, l". I'1-I11-I:11'k1-1', I.. Alllllll, II. Hzltze-ul11-I1-1: Il11w2--Ii. llill, If XVilSlllIlll'll, li. l'2lj'll4', .l. .l:11-ksmi, Ii 'l'11z1-r, M. lI:1g'w11111I, M. XYiIIiz1111s, .l. VVi1-ks, XY. Huy, .l. Alnlms. , 1 1 - . limi lf--Al. l'AlFIllillll, M. lI1!1'l11-111-lc, I1. II111-1-is, .l. ll2il'Illl2lll, M. Alffbfll, N. li:11'11I1z11'l, M. Hull, A. I.isl1, Y. l'lIl'lIl'll, I'. l'I:xIls, ll. lA'lI'Cl. 1,1111 1 11s111i 1 011 11 IEIUIINUII Ibm 111 CINUII 1111 1 nu IT li N R II11 us R XllIlhlXKN lion 1111 ws111 nel u w I M1 lum 1 fl Rumn H New 1 II S1111 I Il BULLDOG GUARDS The Bulldog Guards are chiefly con cerned with ticket sales, gate collections and patrol work at athletic events, plays and concerts Other activities of the club include several social events, bonfires for pep rallies, and a basketbal team com posed of guards 1 1 14 s 1 ull 11111s tllll 11 1 x 1 1 B111111 1 sur plllll P1111 m url fl 117 P D1 llltll H Hou lil VS Also!! Ron ui ll L1 I ll ls 1IINlll Su edbtrg Run 1 J 1 is 61 I A111 INUII 1 urum Run Nl in 1 s Xu ll N ss 'spimxls hun 1 1 X 1 1 11 Foy OFFICE PRACTICE The girls taking office practice are under the supervision of Mr Brown Mr Martin Mr Purnell and Miss Sprowls From these various instructors the students learn to work with the mimeograph do duplicating work, and take dictation and transcription DIQGAN ZATIDNS ' G, l':llI , B. M-1' n II, R, ' .' , R. 1 '5fll. llc 'z ' . IC. l,1'0 .i, . 'Q ', , 'zlrd. .l . " .' . '4-'Ill 'AN l-'.' , .l. I Igy l'. Stl '2 I, . .I t- '4-Il. F1 '1vy, I.. .lz -"", N. UI "sth , B. -sz-411-i. 1311- '-1'1,'w. 111 1 'g, 111, 1: 5113, .. . 'IIer. 'Il-il. clit-1-, '1:. lex-1.-, J .Mill -, 1'. .1 1.- . .l. ' ' 2412. l'z1'1.:' , li. f'1'o111':1tI1, K, ' ' , . 1. ' . , fl, -, ' 2-M. . 2 '11', .l. Nilxrm, .l. Hugo, U, M1'l'I '- , .li.'.' l11,11'l -ll, xv1lIIlI'l', l'. l"ilt1-rx-r, I". Ott. Il. C gel. .' ' ' ' 'I-Il. lla'kI-j, I.. li--gg M. llull, M. Str--1, IC, - . Q . ' l , ' l Uillllillll, R11 M- 'U11111-II: First Li 'lliPIl2'llIl, ll 11l1I . - .I Se- 1I I.i utenznl. l'v'tI ' i' I A I- - vi: ', Mr. V. ' ell. DEAN ZATIUNS TRIPLE E POINT CLUB S'rx'lnu :Is --ulur I-I-'In-l's 'll Illrls' I.:-:I,:uv m-'f-lixms, :mul lla IH-ml Vlulf, Iwmu':1l'y elivisiun III' .XIIlll'li4' In-rmlu :II sl-lnml IIIIIVIIIIIIS 1II'l' Ilulm, IN Ilmwwll-II In p.1lYllI3.L :run-1'--sh-Il gurls il wnlv -I fl-xx' uf llu- sl-rxi-'vs of this urguuizzllimx. vlxalmw- tm' xlvliu- spurls llSlI'III'Ill2lIIlIll. 'Ph--su SU.-mllil'I-4It'll1I-.-lull llI1'IIlIIl'lI lln- -Imluzll 'I'riplI- --urls, ull s l I-, l-flu, tln- In-mln pnluslulnu' lultlwtllm Ilmul-V. If turn rvlll l'l'p.1llIiII'IX :uul 2II'1' ZlXK1Il'lIt'II will-Vs In Iva-all un Ilu-ir I'l'LLllI1IIIlIlI swn-zxlvrs, :lml lIlIIIIr'I' Iwi' lIIl'UlIlIII" lm-:zulu-rs l'l'l-sul:-nl, .llsuslnnlswl'Ill:-:Im111:II Alllln-lim' IIZIIIIIIIVI, I'l'I-s- III nl Im I XII I ul u X114 l'1Is1Ill nt I ll l'uxxIll ' uv Stn-vti i -' , ,,v.,. ",,, , I, ,,. 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YIIIIUIIISHII, ll. llzwklm-y, I2 I'mx'--ll. lex I LIIIX I KK Q4 I 28 x IDI If 11,1 I I IN N I 1" " P STAGECRAFT IXx " I e due FI Nlss Xlg. PROJECTION CREW II H rl IQ s uns nm: I- I Issf I s s 1 l.Ill lx sl nnsnls I N Nl I s IUIIIIL, fxlsnl ln' I-II. In-.-.hw-. Mr. Marlin, lv. Iizlrx-I-tt, ll. Sf-I fr l-r, Ir. Pon I' -ll, ' I--S, Ihlkv, I'Irw:1rd, N. Lor- I: rw 32----XV, XY "1-lt, lil llrm.sIr1 ln. .I. P- - IH37 "H," M- gl- II -nllv alma, Il, Iirunsmu, II, l' 'ZS - I L ICH ns, II. l,: 'ix Ii. .Ii I Ml Q, IC. I' h'l'. I' lzw-sz, II: vl-s, 11, Mills-V. ' 'UWZQZK 'll I'l15l'l0l'. lv. . , . .. . , .. . . . Hr 'I-Ii. N IIIIII, ll. Iullns. I-,l1,I,. th -,.l.ti,,H f A ,rally R W IWMLH A .V H 1,0 , . Xvil- lh- st: g' 'I-raft I r yn lend :I 'a :hl - ki, .2 I ' H' ' ' lmml in all of our xr-lmol prmlul' ' ns, ' ' ' An imp rtunt sa-rvir'v yr up in ICIIS, ,, , N ' Q , Ih pl' .I+-1-tivm 4' ' -xv, .III I 'ug' ,,',","1."Y'1f1-lm' nfl." 'V ' A ' T 'v "ml pi Itur s In 'la 's fa r visuul III.'II'IlI'- :Il"""'-QL' fl' 'fl-I ML' ' V 'I' , I tinn :ull I-eluwz Hn. 'I'lI'.' LZIVIIIII zllsu """"I"'. ' ' A' I xr ,' s--v-ral invilamtimml lulrtie-s, If. ' l"",'?. lf' 'Il' Sf'l1,,l rj'- l'rI-xicls-nt, .Inu-k II1'IlII4'I'.'IIl1 SI-'r--I:u'y, l"'P"l""t' ,PII l'- ,.HfI".',- If""I 'efl' my ' fa AI -, Mr. .L mm-nm. m."flLl 'I Ill! -M I, -- -Iii- -' u I V: , . Iss . . . .' I. I I4 ms XIIIII I N Iln Hou I ll lxm .mx I II umm IIIIIX ln lum llklns III I ll llre-rm If ss IIhl1s4 n w S as I3 Inhnsn LIBRARIANS I I KIIIXIIII, Nllfi f ss Iolmsn sc hoo ssunu It If sprmsxlulx Its In It I '1 I I I., no hun s ll IN u I 'I s 'hx IN Wxlkms Semebus ue FI lmfl Arlxlsnr N ss X IHIIHNOI I NX KLAHIAM Under the general advisorship of Mr. Merle Kibbe and the business advisorship of Miss Anna Shuck, the I947 Klahiam staff was divided into three main divisions. The editorial section was responsible for all Writeups and the layout of the book: the photographic section was responsible for taking all pictures and filing negatives: and the business section was in charge of transacting all business, securing advertising, and selling the annual. I-Iiiitfn'-In-1'Iiivlf I'z1IIif' I'I:iIIs: I'I1oi4,p4u':ipIx5' Iliiliwr, Ivwwiliy 12---esslingg Ilusiniss Alunziu-i'. ICIIAI1 Fm: ilifnw-1:41 .XrIx'iso1', Mr, AI.-rli' Kililu-1 Iiiisinfiss ,Mlx'isin'. Miss .Mimi Shui-Ii ADVERTISING STAFF PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF vzuigli-V, .I. Smith, .I. Ili-mlvrsfm, 41 .Iv-nsi-ii. Il. Yoim-' II Izimhswn I' NX'-:Ili--1' fl I'o-nw- I Ilwss, 41 Ixi-li--vl I 'Xi--N EDITORIAL STAFF X SALES STAFF un I-in 1, I . DEAN ZATIIDNS 29 l l I. Alzirlmiiunll, M. Mu 'I-V. .I. 'l'iii-In-r. .I, S4lI'l'Il5f'II. N. Vrimiw, I. .li-usx-vlal, X' .IIwIr-- .I. II:ii'Im:m. IF. Mvliiyr, M. Iliii-Iivm-Ii, IL 'I'wze-11 M. Willizims, .I. Sli-xviismu, I, 51:14-lmi1p::iII, .I. 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Il iss. :- 30 1 N u DEBATE Back to EHS once more the Debate Squad IS small but promxs :ng Under the guldance of Mr OW n XVlCkb the Clebaters spent much tlme ln readlng and dxscus s1nG thls year s debate topxc Re solved that the federal govern ment shall provlde a system of complete medlcal care at publlc expense I It CHORUS f 1 x Nm. ll X1 l N 1 All lnlo 1 N l 1 n I llllll MUSIC One of the most actxve dlvlslons ln our school curncula IS our muslc department The choir under the leadership of Mr George Low and the band and orchestra under the dlrectlon of Mr Edwin Yrkkola presented several assemblxes a muslcal var ety show Easter Cantata and actlvely partlclpated ln the annual Music Festlval The Pep Band composed of members out of the Hugh School Band played at all football and basketball home games. 9 lnm I Iiuxx 1 1 ORCHESTRA I I vl r I UH fl hvu I llll 'Vx.p XJ 1 4 BAND N Il 1 xl NUI IN I Nu 1 1 HI 1 11 H 11 Xllllll I l DEAN ZATIDNS 6 - . I :Air ' U . Qi, J, , , :pi . is --v 4 r' :N X ' : JK' if ' - ,- - . xl ' 'l A. Hu.-hy, II. S1-l'l11Il1-r. Il. M AI' 1ig1h1, li. .' -1-1.-1111, J, XY:1il1-, lf, Nlil'4lS1l'lHl, l', 1'111'r1-!l. I', l'I:1stI1:1m. Ilfw2- N. H1ll'lllI1ll'l, IL XX':1I1im'. .l, ll2llH'l'lllZlll, ll l'I'l1IlI'2llll, IP, .' lv-V. M. .XIf1r1l. Ii. Sh"':m. V. Milk-1: lluwiif-r-I.. VI' llsv, 42, 41:1ll1vw:1y, Imn I":1l'l'1-ll, V. H1111l111. J, Mull! ws, IS, l1:1lIz11'1l, I,, l':1ml1l-1-ll. K. ll:1l'1li11:-. '4-Il, I'1-k111'1-k, l'. l'11u1-rs, I.. Sh--I1-y, S. llzlln-1' mn. I-I. Ir:1llm:111, .L lili1-k, H. . Il, .I, l1Ix':111s, H. M -l'lu1'1--fm' lm m11Ai111'. 3 , a , r 1 qi ,w Huw! ll, :411'1111s1-11. IC. 4'r11m':1Il1. MV. Y1'kk1-ln. S. llJlln'I'HIilIl, lt. l"111-hr, .I. Murphy, .l. H2111-s. ll. N' '1lsll'1m, J. XY: iI1A, .l. IQYZIIIF. l'. L P I '1 --H. I:2lH2ll'll. M. Alfa' . J, Glivli, .l. llallwr- mzm, IH l1I:1sIh:1m, Iv. l":1r1'1'II, H. AE 1'1'n. ATHLETICS Spmt good coachmg and ablllty ln athletics helped to make EHS one of the tough schools to face ID compe tltxon Thls year baseball Joined football basketball track and tennis as another mterscholastxc sport and fmlshed roundmg out our athletic program ln spxte of hmdrances mcludmg II'lCllglbllltlCS mjurles and lllnes EHS athletes carrled our colors hlgh and never stopped drxvlng Rus Gxm Claw 33 win wxmswunnn Schmntz Waters Don Farrell O Neill PDI 'V RN' A vw-lg Cahoon jim Habemnn I xxx unx fe ltllll 1 .xx I xx u san 1 nm t xx vc 1 sy rl l 1 I I FOOTBALL The Football Squad coached by Chuck MCGUIDDCSS experienced qulte a successful season l-llghlxght of the season was the winning of the Armistice Day game with Cle Elum Dave Polmg was voted team captam Herb l-latzenbeler recelvecl the lnsplratlonal awarcl, and Bucl Angerman was chosen the most valu able player 1 f .- Q A ' 5, 2 , E11 l "1 is , lf A as ah" . W wg. 4. o , 1 W , l t , I B I -I . 1 f x .L-.L , . , qi J, ' Ah,..- A . f1...fmf,i: H 1 35- sk. u K, v , Va 2 g1X,h,',A ,.. . J . . V 1 ,. x af ,' 'M U ' -:M "a,.lj" -N f F" 'P -,+.'.,.9!'f'ffN' .M L V 4, , ,. ! - . 3'-. . t 'Vx l b sig' A, fi i ., ml Fv- 1,,'1ss.L A T4 A if ' 2 -I.. Sh --I .Iv H: lu-' an. YZ. flilllll un, I,. l'llrllll. .I. I.:-vlmn, V. SI A ':ll'I, ll, Muzzull. lio ' 2-- S. May. Il. 4'l1ristrvpln-rs n, V. 121:11 1 ll, 5Iv1'm1m-ll, I-I. NI -rms. XV. Sr-I itz. hc, ' I-ll. lg! -ml! .I. N213 ll. ID-I l"zu'rv-ll. .lim lzxlx-rmzm, H. Hz t'. 'nl'--le-r, ll. .Xll2e'l'IllIlIl. v - Z lung Caspar 0 Den Farrell fxnhrrman ,X 4.13 J!! wr 5 -nv' ifvff' Brown Hatzenbeler 1 1 11 I IH if M, oe Habfrmnn 1946 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept 20 Hem Ellensbuxg 6 Cfxshmew 0 Sept 27 Them Ellensbulg O Kenncxxlck 13 Oc 4 Here Ellensbulg 24 Gxandvlexx 19 O 11 Thvre Ellenqbulg 12 Selah 0 Of Ort Nm Nox H910 Thel 0 H01 L Thom Q Ellvnsbm g. Elle nsbm g, El1911'iblll g Ellembuxg .4 TY? 0l'l'l'lS 6 N I Wap-no 34 Toppemsh 39 Ylklma 27 Cle Elum 13 X f . , L , A QF 1 W A A ,V P ' 'JST' -'l'kW'wi.g'a i". W- +5 ' ' ., ff" A N . F 1' .H '- ' ' . -4 'A " .-. " , , 1 X f' Pwx -K, ,"' - -VET' ,I 41 L' 1. 4"w,lkd V 'v ,K 9. - H, - K . and L V X ' ve: If Q15-' F 'JY X" S' A - 1 ' 'L J If' , , Q 3 L 1.1. , '-f"7'- L 1 -W as 2 , , 2- -- ,::' 1, , 4 g g I .1 xl, " H df f- .QW9 . ,X A ex 1 -1 1 4, . .Q I , , R SQ A V W-QsQjiQ.7 ., L- ,J 1 Huw I!--V-.l. Alwrrlw, Il. ll1lB1'I'I11IlII, 41. llwfslrnml. 1, Mmm. Il. 'l'1'1wky. lv, Iluh--rnmn. 1'. I-'i'-1115, 4'1.m-I1 M - lllinn--SN, lmu l"1uVl'1-ll. Hou Z2 Ii. .lwlu-s, V. H'Xe-ill. li. t'rm1l':l1l1, I.. IC:-nxxlx. Il. .U-I4-1-ls-r', llfm l Ib, 11111:-rs, II. l'v1l'm:, 'I'. .Xml ny, .I. Slfmuurwl, l'. Ifilv'-rf-1'. . ' .' ' 1 ' 1. 18 '- .' " G . . ', .' ' ' " . 25 ' ' .' 'V' 7 U. .' ' ' A. ' '. 1 ' ' . ' 2 " Ct. . . ' '. 11 ' ' . ' 33 , Dec Dec ec Jan Jan Jan Jan 1- eb Feb yu 1 h llemw I St xllnf. T Shes-lm Don Farrell ll Tounseml ll INOLSIYF If Paulsen Den Farrell I sun Own 1001 I 1 IJ f ll'1ll'll 1946 47 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Here Here Here There Here There Here Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg 36 Ellensburg 44 5 3 4 3 3 Wenatchee 42 Cashmere 37 Selah 32 Toppemeh 35 Marquette 27 Wapato 46 Cle Elum YVIAA 'Pasco 52 Prosser 40 There There 'There Hel e There Here There Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb AT WAPATO Ellensburg 37 Ellensburg 22 Ellensburg 31 Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg 27 Feb 28 Ellensburg 23 'State Champxons Yakima 48 Selah 65 Cle Elum 39 Toppemsh 38 Marquette 37 Wapato 43 Cle Elum 42 Yakuna 45 ' 2-Fo: 1- ' 1, .. .' 1- " ', 1. .' Q, 'f ' " , . ' .' , , ' 1.' ' , I. ,- , Huw lf-Il. l'Inufl, H. WUI: , Il. lil' ' , H. Val . . l', IVXQVI. , 1' ell. . 13 39 . 18 ' . 14 5 . 24 D . 20 . 31 . 25 . 3 6 " . 31 ' 52 ' . 10 7 . 7 42 . 11 3 . 8 52 . 17 7 34 . 14 " . 21 . ' . 22 ' mx 'f R vhmdler H Xfll77lll D Phu tophfx rx m N Thllll T Tedum f'0'lC'll Nelson BASKETBALL Despite the fact that the squad began the season with just one letterman and that coaches had to be switched at mld season the Bulldogs coached by Paul Nelson had a good season and obtamed a great deal of valuable experience The Bullpups coached by Dutch Henry also experienced a very successful season wmnlng nearly all of their games The Bulldogs voted lm Stougard for their captaln and gave Bob Koester the msplratxonal award R ' ..- , S ' , .. ..: . . "s -'S n, M. 1111 say, .'. ' ' iws, .. , . . .' . . Row l--IC. SIUFIIIS. l,. Swishm-x'. lb. SVzu1-rs, J. SIllllLL1iI'll, li, Km-str-r. I', Pitt:-rf-l', li. Guy. ' 1 . xx 'Q R NIrF'rnmfll f 111 + mx u m t 1111 M ll Rm uhm. s ru - n s Ltllll nm an 1 TRACK Track the thnrd major sport of EHS was coached agam this year by Paul Nelson The team was falrly well rounded especxally ln the runnmg events As ln all track squads there were sereval outstandlng athletes, some of whlch were Bud Angerman-dashes, Red Cahoon hurdles, and Chns topherson dashes The track boys worked hard fought fair, and were good sports at all tlmes Y V I A A Letter-men and points Elummatnon Valley state Angerman Chrlstopherson Cahoon 13? Koester Barrett Ambos Swisher Eng Sterlmg Brown Nason T10 ' .f- . . - ' , I. S'l'll-, f'. St- 'z 't, Il. llllllllillfl, Ti. KI 4k', E. T' I." . 1 ' 2-J. St-" ', l'. CzL.'1:', Il, 1'hri.'11ilu-l','1m, ll. .hx un, ll. Val nn. Rn ' l----M. lil'-on, li. 'l'rosky, Y. I-Ing, .l, Amlms, ll. Snr:-usml. , y - 1 10 .,,. ,. ..,... .. ' 6154: ,....,,. ..,..,.. 4 ........ ........ 2 ..Y..... ........ 236 ..... . ....... . 2 ........ ........ ' 2 ........ ........ I 2 ........ .. ...... 136, ........ ........ 1 .,...... ........ 1 ....... ........ Aprxl 4 Apnl I2 April I8 Aprll 25 'Vlay 2 May I0 May I7 May 24 X K or 1947 TRACK SCHEDULE at Toppennsh Toppemsh lst Ellensburg Zncl Wapato 3rd at Yaklma lnvltatlonal Meet Ellensburg 6th Here Wenatchee lst Ellensburg Zncl Cle Elum 3rd Klttxtas 4th Here-Yaklma lst Ellensburg 2nd Cle Elum 3rd Wapato t Klttltas Sth Toppemsh 6th at Wenatchee Apple Blossom Festival Omak lst Wenatchee nd Elfensburg 3rd Cle Elum 4th at Yak1maY V l A A Elnmmatlon Meet Yaknma lst Ellensburg 2nd Selah 3rcl Cle Elum 4th at Yakima Y V I A A Dlstrlct Meet at Pullman State Track Meet Row II E. Stnrnms, J. fnsvm, IC. l'2llllH'l', P, 0'N1fiIl, P11111-11 N4-lsum, Row 2- -T.. Brown, B. nest , M. ltushy, ID. Utis, I., Miller. Huw l all. l'l1lll1'l'llHlll, H. Snyder, I.. lllllllfl, IN-n Fzwrvll, Ii. Huy. 1 . 1 . 1 ' . l Q x 1 ' . - ' . . , 4 h, 1 ' - , 2 , , . , v - April I6 Aprxl 22 Aprll 25 May 9 May I 7 Vlay 23 Mann 1947 BASEBALL SCHEDULE There Here There Here Here There Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg I I 5 I Klttltas 3 Krttltas 4 Thorp 4 Thorp 9 Cle Elum Cle E.Ium E X ms 2 D f'lI1l!l16ll R Ixoostu' I lr Ill nth H 'lu 4 mxn u 1 Don Falrm BASEBALL A new sport added to the athletlc program thls year was baseball Coach Dutch Henry took the responsrbxllty of roundmg out a good team from the Interested but mexperlenced boys that turned out and drd an excellent Job Talents of ll'ldlVldU3l boys were devolopecl rn pntchrng catching and batting Wnth the good start xt has had this year baseball promises to be one of the most popular sports ln EHS R ' - . 1' , . ' .' 1, 3. "H 'z , .Sh. ', D. Mill-r, K. Rr ' . llu - - - ' ell, l'. Fitterer, ll. limrvl, Ii. Uruss, ll. IH-sn-xw-. , . , . I on 2 s x rr s neu n IN xx enum 1 n TENNIS Because of the adClltl0h of baseball to the sports schedule Mlss Claydes Baker took over the coachmg of both boys ancl grrls tennls this season Possessmg several outstandmg players and many promlsmg newcomers e tennis teams of EHS really made thelr mark rn the world of court and net More enthusiasm IS bexng shown all the txme for thls sport of the racqueteers and tennis promises to be one of the best llkecl competitive forms of athletlcs around our school R ' -A. S-llvuml. J. Le-6-. .I. Srwronsrm, M. Vruss, S. Ilnkv, IL S4 '- s 11. I". Dru -r. Ito ' 14 l'. Auf.: ' 1 . BI. Hz ll, ll. All-l'ully, V, Austin, f'Uill'll link: r, lr, Swu Lrlvr, y . . . . , th 1 947 TENNIS SCHEDULE Boys Girls April I 9 Here April 2 6 There Apnl 30 Here May May May May Here There There Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Selah 4 Selah 4 Cle Elum 0 Yakxma 4 Cle Elum 0 Yaknma 4 at Yaklma Y V l A A Tournament Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Selah I Selah Cle Elum 0 Yakima 4 Cle Elum 0 Yaknma 2 Martam Ramsay and Dee Waters ane Lee and Loxs Swangler Row 2-J. Shannon, L. SIN-c-lc-y, N. Prhnp, M. Ramsay, P. 0'Nr-ill. Row l7'C'02lf'll Rakvr, D. VV:1ln-rs, II. ll2l.lM'l'llIZill, I,. XViIsnn, Ii. Sl'lllll1lll'l', .I. llillIPl'llHlll. ' I 4 ' O 3 I ' 4 4 3 0 ' 0 ' 6 4 4 8 0 ' 2 ' I 7 ' ' . . . . . .ev A 51 lk N Xl X K U This year the Klahlam staff declded to re erve a speclal Qectlon for those actxvlt es that took a great deal of planmng and effort and ln whlch a majorlty of student partxcxpated either as p rforrner cr epe tator SIX maJor 3CtlVltlCS were found to fall xn ths category the unlor Prom All S hool Play the Sen or Class lay Sen or Ball the Trl Y Sw etheart Tolo and the Trlpe E Tolo XVe hope th t you w Il enjoy this ectlon ae, much ae we enjoyed bflflglflg lt to you and that thes pxctures wlll recall ome ofthe hnpoy moments of IQ46 47 6' " X ALL SCHOOL PLAY Dont lake My Penny a clever eomedy was chosen by M1 s Gladys Bramard the dlrector for the all school play Penny 1 sta estruck younff lady of elxteen 1 cleternnned to vo to Hollywood ard lt tal-lee the rest of the cast to convmee her that her place IS at the Falrhax en Tenms Tournament msteacl Sw1ftly YHOVIDC llgllt comedv ble d1rect1on 1nd an apt por royal of characters made tL1lS all bchool play one to Le lon remembered CAST S1111 NCI m Ill KCIIX Gle Pencc F1eld Gule P01111 C11 11118 Bob Mc'Conne1l C2IlOll C1sp11 Penm Caleb 'VI 11k Mans Lx C111 Joannfl Plltts Jonee W1lt SCl'lI11lI7 Bettx SUILIISOII J1CQl11t d1Jon:, Challotte Anbeunan P1tt1c Ronald f"' 7 ID! UN UIQ DIQDM G1 11n 'VIODKICUI Cl111e Elsle L11c'1le Ref H11 IISOH D11 Hem 1 l Jun Tucku Jack H9IlCl91SOll M111 Wation Ca1111en M1lle1 S111 Allfltlkilll Clnke S1n1tl1 Glenn Ednnson ll LL SCHDUL DLA ll X 4 X JUNIOR PROM A record number of couples journeyed to the VlSta House November blxteenth to vlslt The Land of Cz Crepe paper streamers balloons and figures of the Tm Man Scarecrow Cowardly Llon Toto and Dorothy com pleted the scheme of thlngs 47 Nlx hull xml 1:15 In-,HL lun' 1.1415 " I-21111115 N.-I ,'6-y'i r L r Q . . A A V ' L" , , mi, A t. 4 71.7 A A ' kr. - . 4 V A Q. r , V. x. -A-W-me-ff:.:9f-...m. . A. f .441 'c 32" r a ' 1 -7' - L ' A S ri- ., - A A vw 1, 5 ' X? . . . "Tx n s l - " -ffl-. I A - + 'l4, Nwlliv lzmifl :mn 4-ug" 'AIA' g-1-1411 big lmmlsf-lm' In-1-U brulxglxl mv " "llis:1su-1'1Y" 'txlllllsin-Ill' II' uri, Iiuif :::a1'n14A11I is Amd lj. 4-ln-:lu inf--1'irn'." . . . ...V .. Q l I V . 1 V ' SIENIUIQ DLA ii! :mm L 'N V1 3:-1 l X x SENIOR BALL To the enchanting mualc of the Gentlemen of Note a gay crowd danced through Une lhou and and One Nlght The theme of the dance was cleverly carrled out rn novel decorations and the scroll programs "Hill-rl XI.lXl'x.' XXl1.l! mslltvx lllllx vu el.-V1.5 rf' ' 1 K X - . I - .4120 ' , K - - Me 1 4 I 1 Q, . K 4 M011 'V' Q.. Xb , Q- Q J.-Q l ff x l I ' YJ Q, ' 0 ' in , - L f t I - 1 1.J- f - " x TQ' 1 ,I 5 t f- , if "XYl1:uI uw- yml gi,-lc Allin: in ll.-In-1' "S,n1r' X 'I 5' flu-'s an ln- I llIl'illl I1 1 ll ,X mms! lf' :xll th: ln-nppy -- up I--x In " '11 Ille 1Jlmx':xlrIxl:n-," ' I . V. ' K ,, . . S .Y 48 SENIOR PLAY Miss Gladys Bralnard dlrector selected a dellghtful three act college comedy Campus uarantme for the Senlor Class Play When a Kanna amma Sororrty glrl becomes ull with chicken pox the whole sororlty hou e IS quarantmed INCLUDING the boys working there I rom here on the sltuatlon becomes an uproar and practxcally upsets the whole college In spite of a last minute substltutlon by Pattle Platts for eanne Nelson who was ull wlth the mumps the play was a great success Gloua Snuth Bexexlv Mundw D1 Leon Atxxell Walt Schnntz BEIXI Shepheld Dolothx Howard Ronald Steele Rouqld Jones Edvthe Rhodes Patt1e Platts Elhot MWXIIII Ned CI lmp for Jeanne Nelson Debmah Melcel Elmol Belch Fmlax CHIILILIICIN Cuxoll Caspal Lela Dunn JHCQIIIC deJong Hovtard Ross Venue KIIIS Intermission entertainers Hula gurl Dancing m the dark Gentlemen gf Note Happy twosome Music and soft hghts Q SENIUIQ BALL Mrs. Smith , . , ..,,' fJanet Sorenson Gordon Dunn , Bob McConnell SWEETHEART TOLO Wlth forty fxve couples attending the annual Trl Y Sweetheart Tolo was a great success The muslc was furnished by the Gentle men of Note and the dance was held ln the gally decorated gym of the YMCA Hlghllght of the evenlng was the crownmg of engraved on a bronze plaque on whxch the future Trl Y Sweet hearts names wlll also be put Trl Y S eethea t L y w Bob and Grace Hot and Sweet SWEETHEAIQT TDLO Larry Hays as -Tri-Y Sweetheart for I947. Larry's name will be '- w r arr 50 Watch your partner! Dreamy duet. Hepcazsr Just a huggln and a chalkm TRIPLE E TOLO The Tryollenne whlch means the Peasant Dance was the theme of the annual Triple E. Tolo ln the elaborately decorated cafeterla boys ln sport clothes and girls ln brxght dxrndl sklrts and peasant blouses danced to the muslc of the Gentlemen of Note A gay punch bar rnclxvldual tables with candles and unlque programs added to the fCStlVlty of the occaslon 0 nv' s'Hu " we North-east Lawn at School 52 ENDAIQ This section of the Klahiam is reserved for those little scenes and incidents that will remind you of the day-to-day happenings around EHS. Many will be surprised to find themselves "caught by the wary eye of the camera" at inopportune moments. Other pictures will recall memories of initiations, parties, and assemblies. This is the monthly diary of a typical student. Many happy occasions you will want to remember are recorded here in your l946-47 Klahiam calendar. m IH Qvlinolmy Il, t":1hoon, D. Clll'iSll'iIlllt"l'S0l!. L. Brown, Ir. llairn-ti, V. Trosky, and L. VS'aters at the og house." SEDTEMIBEIQ 3 Mx land dont tell me 1ts Septembex 31d already' Where has the Sllllllllel V3C'1t1OIl gone'1 Yes xt 15 t1me to l-.nuckle down and stfnt studung ageun 4-The Counselloxs wlth the11 blue 'Ind whlte llbb0Il5 ale helpmg the teachels and students to become acqualnted 10-N'ltl0Il'l1 Assembly Galen Halvey cextalnlv put us ln '1 Jolly mood fox the fnst assemblx of the XC'1X 12 The Counsellols axe at 1t abam thls txme w1th a dmner and games fo1 then httle S1St6lS 3 Hello Week th1s 15 when the new klds get acquainted 1nd even some of ue old ones The Tuple E gnls d1d xt agam What? Put the new membels thlough the mxll 11n1t1ated them we mean! Yell leadels wele elected Eastham and Johnson xeally have the spnxt too 20-Oul football bots started the S681 wxth a bang by beatlng Cflshmexe Ill the fust game of the season' 27 Bad news Ch111llIS Kennewlck defeated ue. 13 0 but our bovs fought them evely lnch of the way IACQU 5 I Ht and ohnsunl' N Iso n and Chee 40 47 Yell Led rj Ck R an smutns 9-'nw X xl I -X 54 lw Pix sl ' xv' 'Xvr llc! as C france tn Look ltnl 0 lndV'c VY, La L Do f cle Elum lk' mb N cn 'f-NU ow Y U HH' n k :ha The Bulldogs ale getting in the swim of things they defeated Grandview 24 19 Remember M1 Baldw1n'P Well he s back with some mole of those supei snoopei tests to show us how ignorant we are-oi are we'P 'P -Test! Test! And mole tests! It IS the end of the Inst six weeks. -No danger of EHS burning down-Mr. Bowen's Physics class could extinguish the blaze in a minute. as they showed us at the Fire Prevention assembly. -The Ellensburg Bulldogs traveled to Selah to show them we could really pass the pigskin around! 12-0. -Football at Wapato. Wapato 24-Ellensburg 6. My but there's going to be a lot of Future Farmers in America 28 more boys were just initiated. Football at Toppenish. Toppenish 39-Ellensburg 7. H-The Cam Club must have really initiated the new mem- bers for it took a whole week-end for the initiates to recover! Qjxa- UVEMIBEIQ Game mth Yakrma more bad news krds thev beat us 27 6 but we matched them the Second half Whats tour number? I ll never be able to remember ours Whfrt fr number' etc No more number please for the drfrl xx stem has begun Frrst Grrls League and Boys Club meetmgs of the year Our Bulldogs tangled mth the Cle Elum WBITIOTS and Warrrorsr 33 13 The Junror Prom mth the theme The Land of Oz made a blg hrt mth the bots and grrle of EHS 20-EHS students contrrbuted generously to the Red Crosa The Mrasresrppmns qufutette presented a very entertam mg program whlch the Students raved about for days 'Vhss Brfrrnfrrd and caet preeented Dont Take My Penm fr three act comedy as the All School Play We agarn started the Allred Youth Program rn our Hrgh School It seems to be gon ff places for over one hundred krde turned out Thankegrvrng Oh boy all the food we want and no school for two whole dans Heaven' ' 11 .' ' -Q . .. ' KY L Pu K 'l. A, - . . " ll ' . - H EB' ,,,- 1 .L . . . Er, Q, 5- , . t Y 5 . b. . .' I . ' beat the socks off them 'much to the surprise of the 16- .h Q ' , I ,. ,, .. 21-- '. ' . ' ' ' ' ' - 22-r '. '.' .' ., '. " ' ' 28? . ' .' I .' . . ' Waslnngton Resoultes Olatoxlcal Contest the VHDH615 of the school 6l1llllll'lI1OIl H010 fnst Bob McConnt1l second Mau HIICIICOLK and thnd Betts Johnson We conglatulftte these tlnee on the11 flne xxotk 10-The bftnd celtfunlx put us lll 1 Menx CIIIISIIUAS mood xx hen thev gave then Chxlstmae p1og1am and they even had Santa Claue leftd them 111 a fevs numbers! The Maglcal Moxtons dazzled oul eus mth then We lost the fnst basketball game of the season but oul team IS just gettmg, vvumecl up 42 39 see what I mean'9 Out boxs VSCIG on then toes 1n the game vuth Cashmexe fox me took them 55 37' 20- Isnt It V5.01lC,8IfU1' Gee I can haldlx belleve 1t' No mote school fox tvto xxhole weeks' It s Chustmas V3.C'lflOIl 11 K. ' , 4 . .5 K. . .' 1 rr. YY V .' .s. ' .' f ' ' 1 A ' , ' ' 'I 4- A . 1 .uf ' . ' K ' . me B. t. h l . C ' K. t. ' C .... rl, ,A. K ' C . 1 7 12f " . " . 2 . 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'iv ff U L uds H re ll R Just about all the bots nent to thls dance fo1 xou See If was the Suutl e'11t Tolo plesented bx the T11 Y g,11ls Bulldoga defeat Muquette 42 37 Bulldogs defeat Wapato lll a shck home game' 1:2 43 senttd bx the Natlonal A SOIIIDIIGQ Bad nexw klds Cle Elum WRIIIOIS beat the Bulldogs 42 27 Oux debate team tlaxeled to Tacoma to tu the good old E11CIlSblI1D Luck m the Tacoma Debate TOlllIl'iIT16llI The Semoxs plesented then Claw Plat Xxluch uae CCYUIIIIIW a blg Success' Oul Bulldogs loot to Pasco m the YVIAA TOUl1l3lll0Ilf 51 36 Ellensbulg defeated Ploseel fox the second game m the Toumex 44 40 Our debate team went Lo Yak1m'1 but dldllf. place m the Yaklma Debate Toumament Lt Whlttdkex told the aesembled EHS of h1.s expeuences Ol the Eddle Rlckenbackel llfe raft Yaklma gave Ellensbmg ltS second defeat 111 the YVIAA Toumex 45 23 b x .-tmlxmil " NY ' ' 5 x M33 'V if 'K I 2 ,'- ff 'X .K K. .. . , ,A X K . -v . A, K. .'- ,' . . 7- 4 .. 1 ' A -' . 8- .fp . ' .' I . 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' 'f " .- 28- ' s ' ' 5 ' 5 li Clue m Twonqme in l vs. "4"'cas Quar! r rg One Qmwli' 101, J 0 ml MAIQCH 60 N ordlo Annie W a h 1111011 Q Student Leadms COIlf61CIlC8 111 Yfzkxma C111 stlans R1w1s told EHS of h1s experlences on the R1w1 of Iwo Retuxn Just xxatchmg the mov1e almost midi us se'1s1Ck State Basketball TC7l1IH'llll8Ilf Rlchl nd and Pasco 1ep1csentLd the Yaknna Valles ind Pasco walked away mth the much Coxeted lst place tIODhV The SSIHOI H1511 has some ten g,0od "tCt0lS and actlesses Ill sto1e fol 1t as vms shown by the Jl1ll1OI H1gh Plav Wandex In 1 Ou1 hats a1e off to Patt1e Platts who vton f1rst place 1n the Jux P11116 Dellnquencw d1st11ct contest The SKIHOIS Olltdlfl themselxos 1n planmng and present mg tht SPIUOI Ball The theme One Thousand and One N1ghts was CISVEIIQ ca111ed out 24-The Bulldog Gualds had a svnmmxng palts but we x1onde1 1f 'mx of them d1d ann Stklmmlllg 28 The H1gh School B"llld put on '1 wondexful Varxety Show xshlch xx IS mjowcl bw all tl1e students, H 1 'A - 'gl-q','2 4 A I I so C ji' U xi I I K wir X X N Q- I! x N ., uf , S - N 4 V 'I 1 . 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